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  • The 50 most influential people in IP

    Our 13th annual list of the 50 most influential people in IP is the most diverse ever. But do you agree with our selections? Join the debate online and on Twitter using the hashtag #MIP50

  • Judge Mayer’s quest for Section 101 reform in the US

    Federal Circuit Judge Haldane Robert Mayer has frequently called for eligibility to play a greater role in patent challenges. Ryan Hawkins and Matthew Bernstein examine his recommendations since the US Supreme Court’s decision in Alice and ask how the Section 101 landscape will evolve

  • South Africa considers pharma patent changes

    After several years of relative calm, pharmaceutical patents are in the spotlight again in South Africa, with a new Draft IP Policy launched. Russell Bagnall and Dario Tanziani explain why it has been introduced, and discuss the changes proposed

  • A peek into the health tech boom

    The health tech market is booming, with both new and established players rushing to bring products to market. Andy Leck and Ren Jun Lim explain the IP and legal issues that companies need to be aware of

  • When trade mark use is not infringement

    Marketers often want to reference other people’s trade marks. But what are legitimate defences to infringement in these and other circumstances? Specialists in six countries discuss the law and recent cases

  • UPC concerns for telecoms and IT companies

    Unique features of the telecommunication and IT industries will create specific issues when it comes to determining strategies in the Unified Patent Court, as Tim Powell, Geraldine Quinn and Stuart Knight explain

  • The history and future of induced infringement liability

    On May 26, the US Supreme Court held in Commil USA v Cisco Systems that a defendant’s good-faith belief that a patent is invalid is not a defence to induced infringement under 35 USC § 271(b). What is the history of the good-faith defence to induced infringement, and how should rights holders prepare going forward? Dalila Argaez Wendlandt and Peter Walkingshaw explore the issues

  • A new approach to combating counterfeits in Turkey

    Baris Kalayci, Zeynep Seda Alhas and Ali Bozoglu examine a new approach to preventing the sale of smuggled products in the world’s second largest counterfeit economy

  • Protecting trade secrets in the global age

    Hsu Wei-Fu of MediaTek speaks to Managing IP about why trade secret protection is so important for his industry and how he helped to usher in Taiwan’s trade secrets law


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Miguel Angel Margáin @ma_margain of @IMPI_Mexico - 1 of the #MIP50 http://t.co/bVOCcdBnOw i-v http://t.co/1XNuWRdxmH http://t.co/1765L0Ljit

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Some sort of progress https://t.co/JTvLElosgg

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Speaking of trade secrets ... Thanks to Jim Pooley for sending over a copy of his new book. Look forward to reading! http://t.co/OzRomeN63A

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The 50 most influential people in IP

Our 13th annual list of the 50 most influential people in IP is the most diverse ever. But do you agree with our selections? Join the debate online and on Twitter using the hashtag #MIP50



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